While this has been an incredibly busy year for education activism, EdVotes looks back at just a few of the highlights and lowlights of 2012.
Tag: education policy
NEA Vice President Lily Eskelsen visited MSNBC’s “Last Word” on Thursday, May 24 to discuss Mitt Romney’s recent education policy announcements and class sizes.
Tomorrow marks the start of the Rhode Island General Assembly session. Hopefully 2012 will bring positive developments for teachers and working people.
Educator-activists helping to shape debate on education law overhaul.
Perry’s record on jobs and education unravels with a closer look at the flaunted statistics.
Archived video now available! Join us on Friday, June 17 from 11:30-1:00 for a livestream of NEA Vice President Lily Eskelsen’s panel, “Engaging Progressives in the Fight to Save Public Education.”
This week we are featuring California, Colorado, Idaho, Maryland and Massachusetts.
This week we feature Louisiana, Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
Idaho ESP hits the road to fight for public education. Update: Senate Bills 1108 and 1110 were signed into law by Governor Otter on Thursday, March 17.
March 17 Update: Senate Bills 1108 and 1110 were signed into law by Governor Otter on Thursday, March 17.